The District of Columbia and 33 states—including New Jersey—announced Wednesday that Apple Inc. has agreed to a $113 million settlement to resolve allegations of misrepresentations over iPhone throttling.

The term throttling refers to the intentional reduction in systemwide performance to prevent the automatic shutdown of phones with aging batteries. The attorneys general alleged the tech giant took these steps to get users to purchase new devices.

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